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tera’swhey® on National Television!

Over the past few years, one of our greatest joys has been hearing from the people who use our products and learn how it is making a difference in their lives.  We also love to hear all the creative ways that they are using tera’swhey® and their yummy new recipes.
A few weeks ago we had one such moment, but this time it wasn’t a face to face encounter.  Imagine how thrilled and surprised we were as we watched the October 8 episode of The Doctors here on our local Madison, Wisconsin ABC affiliate, when we saw Aisha Tyler (host of The Talk) promote our product as one way she stays young.  Tyler shared a recipe with the Doctors and their viewers that contained none other than the tera’swhey® Fair Trade Dark Chocolate whey protein powder.  The clip below shows the entire segment.
After the show, we were able to reach out to Aisha via our tera’swhey® Twitter account and were so excited to hear her passion for our products when she tweeted – “Ooh! I super heart @teraswhey! I drink it every day! You guys are awesome.”
The long and the short of this blog post is that we are blessed to impact the lives of so many different people with tera’swhey® – Hollywood celebrity or stay at home mom…they are all important to us! The bottom line is that we are passionate about good health and all the benefits of our super pure tera’swhey® protein powders.  Our goal is to make sure that we reach as many people with this message as possible…and we’d have to say, that a spot on national television was a giant step in that direction!
Aisha’s Tyler’s Age Defying Smoothie (Click here to view on the Doctors website)
• 1/2 cup Frozen organic cherries
• 2 scoops Tera’s Whey Fair Trade Chocolate
• 1/2 tbsp Organic Cacao powder
• 1/2 to 1 cup of water for desired thickness
• Stevia to taste
Add all ingredients to a blender and blend well. Serve and sip with a straw.
be well. be vibrant.

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